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What a great city. There is so much to see in London, its hard to plan your days. We found that we needed to pick our spots for churches, because the kids don't really care if someone is buried under the altar or other such thing. We would have planning meetings with the family during dinner at the youth hostel, getting democratic input from all …
It's almost like a fairytale. Driving from Stansted airport I see lush green countryside, grazing sheep, church spires and everything you'd imagine in typical English countryside. I'm a little bit worried I'm on the wrong bus, maybe I got one that leaves earlier. We've gone down the M11, M25 and the A1 so far. As long as I end up in London that is …
Ello ol chaps! I will say that I am too cheap to pay for Internet. This is why you have not yet heard from me! OI apologize in advance for my excessive use of exclamation marks. After spending three full days in London, I have probably exhausted the word 'WOW'! My second apology - there probably won't be all that many pictures in this blog! No …
Been to London many times for a variety of purposes including...
Concerts & Gigs
Hard Rock Calling 2011 (Bon Jovi headline)
O2 Shepherds Bush
Houses of Parliament
St James Park< …
So even though we had a late night we were up at 8 and off to great Portland station,closed weekend track work. So we walked to regents park and a change later were at the tower for 10am. used a 241 and got audio guides inside. So much to see and we do all the guided tours on the audio guide, have lunch in the armoury cafe and check out the Armour …
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Brill hostel, central location great value for money
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